|How the money will be spent under each key indicator.
||Impact on pupils
(actual or expected)
|1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick starting healthy lifestyles.
|Cyber Coach subscription
||Increased enjoyment/participation for children across school but not enough staff using it on a regular basis to justify costs
||Impact limited to those who used it – need a more integrated way to increase active participation across the curriculum
||Curriculum delivery and accessibility has improved – impact across whole school.
||Resources are required to be of a good standard to allow delivery of the curriculum.
|Active Playtime equipment
||Active playtimes are available for children across school
||Replenishing of stocks as required – stewardship has improved now that activities mainly take place in the gardens supervised by TAs
|2. The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.
|School Games Gold Package membership
||School has participated in many festivals and competitions which would not have been available otherwise.
||Continue to be part of the programme to sustain the current level, or develop further, the sporting opportunities.
|PE leader release
||Leaders have good knowledge and understanding of their subject, its curriculum and standards.
||To continue the promotion of PE and Sport;
Ensure that staff are well equipped to teach PE.
|3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and Sport.
|Specialist sports coach (football based).
||Reception, Year 1, Year2.
||Skill levels raised (pupils and staff) through fundamental movement.
All pupils in the classes accessed to highly skilled coaching;
|CPD aspect creates sustainability through improved teacher knowledge.
Children’s skill levels will make KS2 learning begin at a higher level in this particular aspect of PE.
|Subject Leader Team Teaching
||Staff confidence in teaching specific elements in PE improved;
||CPD aspect creates sustainability through improved teacher knowledge.
|4. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.
|Health and Fitness Week
||Improved awareness of the impact of lifestyle on health;
Improved access to new areas of physical activity.
|Continue to include in the school timetable of themed weeks – look at greater community involvement
|Visiting Coaches (taster sessions)
Eg. tennis coach – £120.00
Tennis – Year3
|Improved access to new areas of physical activity.
Interest sparked in a new physical activity.
|5. Increased participation in competitive sports.
|Transport for sporting fixtures
||All attending festivals off site.
||Improved participation in competitive inter-school sport;
April 16 – April 17:
409 children took part in local sporting events organised through the sports partnership. 318 of these children were from KS2 and 91 were from KS1 and EY. Festivals/Competitions where we took part were as follows:
We had finalists in the Athletics, Cross-Country and Swimming tournaments.
Skill levels improved.
|Continue to support the sporting calendar through providing suitable transport.